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Arthur Davison Ficke

Arthur Davison Ficke was an American poet, playwright, and expert of Japanese art. Ficke had a national reputation as "a poet's poet", and "one of America's most expert sonneteers". Under the alias Anne Knish, Ficke co-authored Spectra. Intended as a spoof of the experimental verse which was fashionable at the time, the collection of strange poems unexpectedly caused a sensation among modernist critics which eclipsed Ficke's recognition as a traditional... Read More

BornArthur Davison Ficke
November 10, 1883
Davenport, Iowa
DiedNovember 30, 1945 (aged 62)
Hudson, New York
Other namesAnne Knish
OccupationPoet
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